Millionaire Expat 2nd ed: Update and Reviews
This book’s edits are finally finished!
It should get printed in late December. Reviews, so far, have been great. Here are a few:
Burton Malkiel, author of A Random Walk Down Wall Street, says Millionaire Expat is,
“Wise investment advice delivered with clarity and humor.”
Scott Burns, the legendary syndicated financial columnist says:
“I like to think of Andrew Hallam as the Johnie Appleseed of Index Investing. He travels the world, introducing his fellow expats to the humble miracle of low-cost investing. That same investing is the best path to a well-funded and independent future. If he comes your way, make every effort to meet him. Listen carefully. Whether you meet him or not, read this book. First, you can use it as a shield against blood-sucking sales people. They will gladly drain the return on your savings to line their pockets. They will happily deprive you of a well-funded future. But there is a more important use for Millionaire Expat. It will be your detailed road map. It tells you exactly how to save and invest for your future while living in the growing tribe of expats.”
Larry Swedroe, the well-respected finance writer and researcher says:
Millionaire Expat is like a trusted shield, protecting expatriates from the industry’s self-serving dragons. Andrew Hallam describes investment strategies that are aligned with academic evidence, not the sales driven rhetoric to which so many naïve investors get burned”
I’ll be bringing copies of Millionaire Expat to the ELME conference in Amsterdam, mid January. I’ll also be bringing copies to the Middle East in late January, where I’ll be giving a series of talks and a radio show with Dubai Eye. This book has 30 percent more content than its first edition (The Global Expatriate’s Guide To Investing). At 380 pages, 40 percent of the content is original or updated (not previously published in the book’s first edition).
I hope you like it!